Posted on 13 June 2016
This term students in private, paired and group tuition performed at the Wynnum Eisteddfod to compete against other students across Brisbane. The annual Eisteddfod marks one of the largest competitions of the year and the OC Drama students prevailed with some outstanding results. Students competed in a range of sections, from Poetry and Character to Improvisation and Public Speaking.
This year students received almost 100 medals and awards. Congratulations to all our Speech and Drama students who competed. These amazing results are a reflection of your hard-work and dedication.
Congratulations also to the following students who were awarded Championship titles or trophies for the highest overall marks in a section:
Isabelle Treasure – Overall Speech and Drama Champion (Junior Years), Highest mark overall in a Set Poem section, Highest mark overall in an Australian Poem section
Breanna Lanyon – Runner-Up Speech and Drama Champion (Junior Years)
Vincent D’Amico – Scholarship Champion (Senior Years) & Prize for Outstanding potential (Senior Years)
Ellie Webster – Prize for Outstanding Potential (Junior Years)
Rachael Taylor – Highest over-all mark in Character section
Caspar Jamal and Charli Akero – Highest Mark in a Duo poem section
Alice Durham, Ellie Webster, Rachael Taylor and Sienna Predl – Prize for overall highest mark received in a Group Improvisation section
We look forward to what these talented students have in store for the upcoming Brisbane and Redlands Eisteddfods in Term 3.
Rehearsals for the Junior Production, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, are underway. Tickets will be available on Monday 18 July from 4pm.
If you would like to enrol your child in Speech and Drama lessons at Ormiston College, please contact Hannah Sutherland; email@example.com.
Miss Hannah Sutherland
Junior School Teacher